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Girls Talk Math in the several news stories

July 25, 2017

Linnie Supall – Spectrum News Blake – WCHL Chapelboro Logan Wagner – The Tab Kristen Chavez – UNC College of Arts and Sciences Women in Science Wednesday series from UNC Research’s digital publication Endeavors

‘Girls Talk Math’ through problems

July 25, 2017

Francesca Bernardi and Katrina Morgan, mathematics doctoral candidates in the College of Arts and Sciences, founded Girls Talk Math last year as a way to encourage young women to explore mathematics beyond the usual curriculum and to consider its practical applications. … Continued

Bernardi & Kilic Featured in Carolina Chronicle

May 3, 2017

Francesca Bernardi, from Italy, studies fluid dynamics in the Joint Applied Mathematics and Marine Sciences Fluids Lab. Imagine a tube with some fluid flow in which another fluid is injected. As the fluids combine, researchers try to predict what happens … Continued

High-tech fluids lab attracts waves of research partners

April 17, 2017

Roberto Camassa’s research is very fluid. The Kenan Distinguished Professor of Applied Mathematics actively engages in collaborative projects ranging from oil spills to marine sciences to human disease. Click here for more on the story  

Flight of Fancy

April 17, 2017

An art historian, a costume designer, a math biologist, a biomedical engineer and a team of undergraduate researchers unite to reimagine a breathtaking 9th-century flying experiment — and make a notable contribution to early aviation history. More on this story; … Continued

Greg Forest Honored for Mentoring

April 10, 2017

The Carolina Women’s Leadership Council honored Michele Tracy Berger, Mark Fraser and M. Gregory Forest with 2017 Faculty Mentoring Awards. The council established the awards in 2006 to recognize faculty who mentor undergraduate students, graduate stu- dents and junior faculty. … Continued

Arts Everywhere Day

April 4, 2017

This is our scaled up wave-pendulum machine which is a collaboration between the UNC Departments of Mathematics and Physics & Astronomy. It is being unveiled Friday on the lawn in front of Phillips Hall as part of UNCs art festival, Arts … Continued

Paul Cornwell Wins Student Paper Prize

April 4, 2017

  Paul Cornwell was invited to give a talk at a minisymposium from March 29 – April 1 and on March 30, Paul was awarded the Student Paper Prize at the IMACS Nonlinear Waves meeting in Athens, GA. Huge Congratulations … Continued